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The Eno Center for Transportation, an independent transportation think tank, has released a paper that offers lessons from Measure M, Metro’s 2016 sales tax initiative that was approved by 71.15 percent of Los Angeles County voters.
The paper is part of a multi-year Eno initiative to comprehensively catalog, analyze and assess transportation measures at the ballot box. Authored by UCLA Professor of Urban Planning Michael Manville, the paper draws from a collection of detailed interviews writer Joel Epstein of individuals involved in Measure M. The lessons provide perspective on Measure M’s victory and an understanding of what successful transportation ballot campaigns require.
Manville’s findings include the following:
Metro previously published a pamphlet titled “How to Pass a Mega Transportation Measure” that is on the agency’s website.
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